Our Mission:

ReWild Long Island

 
 
 
Always wanted a beautiful, pollinator friendly yard?    Add Native Plants to Your Yard this Spring.     Native plants sustain diverse life with no chemicals or herbicides needed. Create a beautiful and sustainable yard yourself with help from the ReWild community, or to engage an expert to design your native garden — go to our   Spring ReWilding page   to register. Registration for Spring 2020 closes by November 15th.   You can also  become involved in many other ways  — volunteer, get on our announcements list or become a member.

Always wanted a beautiful, pollinator friendly yard? Add Native Plants to Your Yard this Spring.

Native plants sustain diverse life with no chemicals or herbicides needed. Create a beautiful and sustainable yard yourself with help from the ReWild community, or to engage an expert to design your native garden — go to our Spring ReWilding page to register. Registration for Spring 2020 closes by November 15th.

You can also become involved in many other ways — volunteer, get on our announcements list or become a member.

 
 
 
 

WHy rewild?

Rewilding protects and improves the biodiversity, resilience and health of regional ecosystems through an emphasis on native plants and wildlife. You can start with your backyard or front lawn to begin rewilding.

Learn about the dos and donts of ReWilding.

What we do?

ReWild Long Island brings native plants to private yards and community spaces. We have successfully replaced conventional sterile landscaping with wildlife-friendly vibrant natives in many homes and public lawns.

Find success stories in private and public spaces.

get involved

There are many ways you can get involved. If you want to get your hands dirty and join us on our mission, fill out the form below. Join an existing community or start your own effort locally.

Engage with us virtually or in person at one of our upcoming events.